The Doctor Who Season 6 Episode 9 is all set to air this Saturday, September 03, 2011. And my suggestion for you is that you should have someone with you while watching this latest episode of Doctor Who, because this episode promises a night full of terror. This episode is physically and metaphorically brings Doctor Who back to Earth, back to Britain, and back to the stark urban environments we were used to seeing back in Rose’s time.
When you watch Doctor Who Season 6 Episode 9, you are to about to experience a pretty good forty minutes of kids-behind-the-sofa Whovian horror. It never reaches the dizzying heights of Blink in its attempts to fuse monsters into mundane urban settings, but it possesses a creepiness in word and deed that certainly elevates it above the two other episodes I’ve mentioned here. After all the computer effects faded, the far-flung corners of the universe visited and all manner of monsters vanquished, we’re left with a kind old Doctor, a boy, his dad and the “the scariest place in the Universe.” You experience the best horror on TV while watching this episode.
The Doctor Who Season 6 Episode 9: Night of Terror was written by the ultra-talented Mark Gatiss and directed by Richard Clark with the guest star Jamie Oram as George.
Doctor Who Season 6 Episode 9 Synopsis:
The Doctor receives a distress call from the scariest place in the Universe: a child’s bedroom. Every night the boy named George lies awake. He is terrified by every fear you can possibly imagine – fears that live in his bedroom cupboard. George’s parents are getting worried – George needs a doctor. Fortunately for George, his desperate pleas for help break through the barriers of all time and space and the Doctor makes a house call. But allaying his fears won’t be easy because George’s monsters are not imaginary just like what other kids imagined. George monsters are real.
Prepare the TARDIS as the Doctor will take us to another dimension in the Doctor Who Season 6 Episode 9: Night of Terror. To air on Saturday, September 2, 2011 at 7:00 PM on BBC One (UK)